A peek inside our day-to-day work with Rust and open source game development

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As you may know, Embark has used Rust as our primary programming language since the day we started the studio. We love the safety and robustness of Rust, and the ability to write high performance, safe, and (mostly) bug-free code. It enables us to fearlessly refactor and change the code, without common lifetime/ownership, memory safety, or race condition problems.

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Our first open-source Rust projects, available on embark.dev

A possibly even more important reason we love Rust is the openness and collaborative nature of the ecosystem, and the growing community around the language.

With tens of thousands of open-source crates on crates.io and the best-in-class package system cargo, we truly believe Rust is a language for the future. …


Ari V

Empowering creation @EmbarkStudios. Developer 🥑 and hedgehog enthusiast. They/them.

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